Technically sound netminder with good lateral movement and positioning, even-keeled and poised and may have a future as a reliable NHL goaltender.
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May 2022 – With a late-season injury to Juuse Saros and a poor performance from David Rittich, Ingram was thrown into the fire against the Colorado Avalanche in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Even with the odds stacked against him, Ingram impressed the entire hockey world. Across four games (three of them starts), Ingram posted a .914 save percentage which gave the Predators at least a fighting chance against the Avalanche. His starts included a highlight performance in game two, where he made 49 of 51 saves in a 2-1 overtime loss. Looking forward to next season, these performances may make the Predators feel more comfortable with using Ingram as the full-time backup in 2022/23. Rittich is a pending UFA, and Yaroslav Askarov is officially turning pro, which will add to an already competitive goalie battle in Milwaukee. Ingram will now re-join the Admirals for what they hope is a deep playoff run. Curtis Rines
March 2022 – Overall, it’s been a solid bounceback season for Ingram. The Milwaukee Admirals starter has a .915 save percentage and a 2.69 goals-against average in 45 games this season. It is truly remarkable to see that after his return of absence last season, he has rebounded into one of the most consistent AHL starters. At only the age of 25, which is still young for a goalie, there is still plenty of room for growth, but with his current career trajectory, I see him hitting a ceiling of a soli